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about arming everybody. >> you are going to like this one. >> clinton, bush, and obama. >> thank you. it is an honor to meet you. i hope you will have cartels in your office on capitol hill. >> you have to advertise. >> thank you. thank you. >> you sent me that e-mail. i got this e-mail and ended up with to cafe lattes. got one because i had been chattering. >> it is temporary. >> you crazy kid. >> how are you? >> i have not even read your review. tomorrow when i am working on my column, that is when i will be allowed to read it and treated and posted. i would love that. >> you know you can get your food bill with me any time. i will see you. lynen here. you can get a good photo leading in. >> okay. you're going to do it yourself. >> nice person. [inaudible conversations] >> oh, yes. yes. is that the same one? >> i have it in red and pink. >> you are styling, baby cakes. yes. see you tomorrow. thank you. what happens to these things? >> well, it is not that big. it is only like 30 people. you can just keep that one handy. >> i will be there. >> maybe i can start a fight with them. >>
, which was then, thanks to obama, running egypt, muslim brotherhood, an organization whose spiritual leader called in so many word for the extermination of the jews that slaughtering christians across the middle east supported however by the obama administration still support it. ruth's advice it them when they were getting a institution, but a fake institution since the muslim has a motto, but, anyway, she was advising them, and she said, i wouldn't recommend the american constitution i wouldn't recommend the american constitution. it was old. i wish i was making this up. it's kind of old. i would recommend something like the south african constitution. the south african constitution is the stalin constitution, sort of brought up to date. it's idea of rights, our founder's ideas of rights were limits to government. the bill of rights was all what congress can't do, it protects the individual, the rights we have that are positive rights are given by the creator. nature's god, enshrined in the declaration. why say that? because if the government gives you rights, they can take them aw
was then thanks to obama running egypt, the muslim brotherhood, an organization whose spiritual leader has called, in so many words, for the slaughtering of jews. ruth bader ginsburg's advice to them when they were getting a constitution or a fake constitution since the muslim brother with hood has a pot toe, the quran is our constitution, that's their constitution. anyway, she was advising them, and she said i wouldn't recommend the american constitution. supreme court justice. i wouldn't recommend the american constitution, it's kind of old. i wish i was making this up. it's kind of old. i would recommend something like the south african constitution. the south african constitution is the stalin constitution sort of, you know, brought up-to-date. the idea of rights, our founders' idea of rights or limits to government. the bill of rights is all what congress can't do, what the government can't do. it protects the individual. the rights that we have that are positive rights are given by our creator, nature's guide so enshrined in the declaration. and why did they say that? because if a governmen
on the phone and he said thank you. if you think about the arc of the clinton obama if relationship the idea a year ago or four years ago that would he how the election ended for president obama on the phone with president clinton thanking him is almost inconceivinconceiv able. there has been some rocking us in the last few days. obviously president clinton made a comment that was not helpful about the affordable care act and people wondered are things getting dicey between the two of them? we saw last week president obama getting president clinton the medal of freedom and said to him thank you for all of the advice you have given me on and off the golf course. that kind of lightness is there. i will finish by saying president clinton they said he was a great pundit and when we think about 2012 would like to see the world sometimes through president clinton size. he was asked in september after the 47% tape came out and governor romney was struggling one of his friends said what do you think of governor romney and president clinton said i think he is a nice guy but he's in the wrong line of
somewhere in wyoming, you know, sort of having a good chuckle and saying, you know, thank god obama was president because the next time we're in power, we're going to be able to continue doing this stuff. >> host: jeremy scahill, how large is the drone program in the u.s. right now? >> guest: well, we have very little information about it. let's remember that for almost the entire first term that president obama was in office, he never publicly mentioned the drones except on a google plus hangout in response to a question that a young person had asked him. no u.s. officials would ever publicly own that the u.s. even had a drone program. an american citizen was killed in a drone strike, this guy anwar al-awlaki who was from the united states and went to yemen and was making these youtube videos, they killed him in 2011. 600 days later president obama gives a speech where he owns the fact that the u.s. is doing this. there are secret bases in saudi arabia, oman, in east africa. my understanding is there also is a facility inside of yemen and, of course, in afghanistan drones are being
. >> because it's similar. >> clinton, bush and obama. >> really? [inaudible conversations] >> it really is an honor to meet you. >> thank you. it's an honor to meet you. cocktails in your office on capitol hill. let's take a picture. >> got to advertise the book. >> thank you. thank you! no, it was because you sent me that e-mail that i started announcing to everyone i got this, like, divine e-mail, and i ended up with two coffee lattes one from the blessed jimmy, one my publicist went out there because i'd been chatting it out so much. i like that streak in your hair. you craze i kid. i am so sorry, i haven't even read your review. >> oh, it's okay. it's good. >> tomorrow when i'm working -- worrying on my column, that's when i'll be able to read it and tweet it and post it. >> mind if i get a photo? >> i would love that. >> i i come on the other side? >> [inaudible] and you know you can get your photo with me anytime. including -- i'm going to see you with the blogger -- just lean in. you can get a good photo just leaning it. would you take it with an i tone? are you going to take it
the affordable care act. people wondered on getting maybe dicey again but then we saw last week president obama getting president clinton the medal of freedom. when he gave him the medal of freedom referring, said thank you for all of you guys you've given me oath on and off the golf course. [laughter] that lightness is there. i'll finish by saying president clinton, i said he was a great pundit. when we think about 2012 would like to think to try to see the world through president clinton's eyes. he was asked in such a number after the 47% tape came out and president -- governor romney was struggling, one of his friends and what you think of governor romney? president clinton said i think he's a nice guy buddies in the wrong line of work. [laughter] he said and he should not be speaking to people in public. [laughter] similar conversations where president lives and what you think about president obama? reflecting on how the great gift governor romney has given to present obama. clinton said that he was kind of there are no children in right now but i will give it to you straight to present an
: hello. thank you, ben come your breath of fresh air. i wholeheartedly agree about barack obama being the first fully media trained president. in mountlake, i think he calls them plays cards such the people disassociate him from his policies. in that regard, you were speaking on syria. i am wondering whether this relates to hillary clinton and benghazi. he is creating a story in the public that these issues are more complicated than people realize, that coming up with decisions is difficult and therefore they couldn't have made any other choices. that way he can paint people on the right who want it to look at the facts and factual accounting portrayed as racist who just want to bring down the first but president. >> guest: i think there is truth to that. the idea president obama has avoid culpability is eminently true. when it comes to benghazi, there's a lot we don't know, including the president's own actions. we also don't know what is going on at the cia annex and benghazi. that is information we have to find out. information is clear that president obama's middle eastern foreign
of these issues. thank you for coming. thank you for your participation and i hope you will come back. >> thank you very much. [applause] [inaudible conversations] >> president obama and the rest of the first found will take part in a service project ahead of the thanksgiving holiday today. before that though, the president will keep the 50 year tradition of pardoning a turkey for thanksgiving day. we will have live coverage starting at 1:20 p.m. eastern. it will be on c-span. defense secretary chuck hagel has sent out a message to personnel saying to all those deployed overseas >> coming up this evening here on c-span2 we will bring you a symposium about genetics forensics and their use in the criminal justice system. also look at the public policy and privacy issues surrounding genome sequencing and the implications of prenatal genetics testing. again, that's tonight at 8 p.m. eastern on c-span2. on c-span in primetime tonight we will go back 50 years ago today for remarks from president lyndon johnson as he addressed a joint session of congress reflecting on john f. kennedy's legacy. just fi
arming everybody. >> well, you're going to like this one because it is similar. >> bush and obama. >> really? [inaudible] [inaudible conversations] >> got to advertise the book. >> thank you. thank you. it was because he sent it bad enough that i started announcing to everybody. i got this divine e-mail. i handed over to cafÉ lattes. one from your blessed jimmy. and then i've been chattering about it so much. [inaudible] >> thank you. it temporary. >> you crazy kid. how are you? i haven't even read your review because they're running me around. >> it's good. >> tomorrow when i'm working on my column, that is when i'll feel to read it and tweet it and post it. [inaudible] >> i would love that. >> do you know you can get your photo with me anytime? just bring him here. you can get a good photo meaning in. >> would you think it is an iphone? are you going to do it yourself? [inaudible] >> nice purse. >> thank you. i've got it in every color. >> yes, yes. is that the same when i complimented him peen? >> i've added an orange and pink. >> you are styling, babycakes. >> i will see you
president of the united states. >> madam congressman, this question was asked to president obama when he was senator obama when he read from his book seven years ago. the question is, are you going to run for president? [laughter] [laughter] >> wow, okay, thank you. [applause] you know i love that josh i have now so much. i love it so much i took a second job and president of him asked me to chair the democratic national committee. after he was reelected, yes we do a full four-year term as chair of the dnc. when the president asks you to watch his back and bring them across the finish line and when you are a gimme the ball person that i consider myself to be, being assured the dnc is the coach but human and now i get to run the ball. i'm going to run the ball and run for reelection and i hope that you give me the privilege of representing them in our nations capital. thank you. [applause] >> thank you for the question. i appreciate it. >> we are actually out of time, unfortunately. let's give a round of applause to debbie wasserman schultz. thank you. [applause] >> thank you very much. [
loud. i asked her to quote me exactly. i said i wrote ""dreams for my father" i met with obama 3-4 times and made it up. she wrote furiously and smiled broadly, thank you. and i thought i had brought a little ray of sunshine into what i imagine might be a dim and aired space. ann posted the interview word for word and got links soaring up to three on a traffic site and then got to number one. ann was big time in her murky cham monopo chamber. she was a hero. and in a matter of days, it got around and finally it was said it sounds like bill ayers is choking chains. if they said i wrote the book, rush pointed out, that was an example of intrepid journalism. rush saw it as i did write the book, but my admitting i was asserting i didn't write the book. what a tangled web i have weaved. so helen i and met up and i was telling her i am back in rush's sights. you can find this. they did away with the fi fillbuster in the senate and rush said obama can do whatever he wants and will appoint ashad to the 9th circuit appeal. i can see it now. wright and bill ayers on the supreme court. i ca
with you so i will keep it short and stop their. >> thank you all very much. a great discussion and we are only ten minutes over so thanks. "-close-quotes peanut >>> on tuesday former middle east adviser to president obama dennis ross took part in a panel discussion on the foreign policy challenges facing the president. among the topics of the recent agreement with iran on its nuclear program and efforts to begin peace negotiations in serious. hosted by the new america foundation, about one hour and 40 minutes. >> i run the national security program here. this is part of a series that we have done over the past couple of years with our partners, the center for the new america security and the american enterprise institute. it's the seventh in a series of programs we have been focusing on national security. we have an all-star team to talk about the coming challenges and opportunities for the obama administration in the next three years. they are ambassador dennis ross on your far left who is incredibly distinguished public service career focus back to the jimmy carter administration an
to best smile of anyone i know in congress. keep it up. and visit wellington. okay? >> thank you. thank you. >> you are welcome. >> thank you. >> that was it. >> richard in pleasant grove, utah. what is your question? >> my question is how come obama and the democratic people are writing us down with the social plan to take aware our children, shove health care down our throat we cannot afford and tell us we have to take care of everybody. maybe you people need to read the book and see what hitler did to his people. i am very upset about it. >> let's get a response . >> obviously, i don't share richard's view. and what we are trying to do as democrats under president obama's leadership is focus on what most people's priority is which is creating jobs and getting the economy to turn around and long-term issues and get a handle on the safety net programs like social security and medicare. that is the appropriate role for the government and i think most americans agree. which is why they reelected president obama. >> do you think richard's concern? he feels it is being put on him. is that
is beginning. >> thank you. i am going to move ahead because are you confident that the obama administration and congress can agree on defense cuts that do not impair significantly the ability of the united states to remain the world's dominant superpower? >> not. i think that person outline of a small budget deal when you talk to reasonable members of both parties in congress and there are still some who belong in that category. you can come up with some mechanisms for increasing revenue and some mechanisms for restraining, reducing, that could at least get us to a small budget deal for the next two to three years with some relief for to avoid another round of sequestration and so forth. whether we can see our way through the political process to get there is another question altogether. i think i am by nature an optimist. i want to believe rationality will prevail but so far it hasn't. time after time, from the imposition of sequestration to the recent shutdown and so forth. so i am not confident at this point, but the conversation we need to be having is one of raising public awareness of
. >> okay. thank you. >> i'm going to move ahead. because i think are you confidence that the obama administration in congress can agree on defense cuts? that do not impair significantly the ability of the united states to remain the world's dominant superpower? >> no. i think that there is an jot line of at least small budget deal to be had. when you talk to reasonable members of both parties in congress, there are still some that belong in the category. you can come up with some mechanisms for increasing revenue and some mechanisms for restraining the reducing entitlement costs. that could at least get us a small budget dream for the next two three years. with some relief for, you know, avoid another round of sequestration and so forth. whether we can see our way through the political paralysis to get there is another question all together. i think that so, you know, by nature an optimist. time after time from the in position of sequestration. so i'm not confident at this point i think the conversation we need to be having is one of raising public awareness of some of the very rea
. [applause] >> good afternoon. thank you, chris, for that nice introduction. thank you to my fellow co-panelists and to the hudson institute for sponsoring this event. the book, as chris mentioned, is "what jefferson read, ike watched and obama tweeted," and i mention it again. hudson institute wants you to know you may tweet this event at your pleasure, and we will also take questions via twitter. this is how even musty think tanks adapt to the 21st century. getting to the titles, i originally had a different title for the book, and i came up with the title after i saw an interesting incident that someone, as chris said, who was a presidential historian and also someone who worked in the white house, an incident that kind of surprised me. a few years ago president obama was trying to sell his health care law, and in doing so, he went to the white house correspondents' dinner, and he told a joke. the joke was about an exemption that he was trying to get for the bill, and he said that i've got this tanning tax in the law, and in order to get this law through or the tanning tax through w
blacks, hispanics, up liberals coming tended to cluster in central cities in university towns thank communities and have huge percentages to give democrats a big advantage. we'll get the election you will see barack obama 155% or more of the vote and 13 states only 91 votes short of that college majority those states were not contested. the vintage comes then equal population because outside those democratic clusters republican voters are spread more evenly around. so you find them, they're hurt in the electoral college only in those states 55% or more he had a much longer route to go but when you look at congressional districts you see a different picture not just because of redistricting it is a minor effect. if you compare george of the bush 2004 reelected with a popular vote and 2012 reelected 51%. bush carries the electoral college barack obama electoral college 332 nearly 50 more. but how many congressional districts? that is not relative but in a straight ticket country it is relevant for the house. george of the bush 255 john kerry 180. barack obama 201-2209 districts mitt r
and barack obama have attempted to draft behind the kennedy image in the kennedy legacy. >> host: that's great. i think we are out of time. thanks for talking. it's always fun to talk about the kennedys. >> guest: it's been my pleasure. thank you very much. next on booktv encore booknotes. the late peter jennings discussed his book "the century" co-authored by todd brewster. the book uses color photography and the stories of ordinary people to describe the past 100 years. this is about an hour. c-span: peter jennings, author of--or i should say co-author of "the century"... >> guest: emphasis on 'co.' c-span: ...with todd brewster. you--you ask us in the beginning to read this like a novel. why? >> guest: well, i suppose what we really want to do at the beginning is emphasize this is a journalist's history, this is a journalist's work, not an historian's work. todd and i like to say no historian in their right mind would take on 100 years in 600 pages, if the period at all. i think because we want you to pick it up and read it anywhere. i don't want you to think of it as encyclopedic.
to terrorism. all right. >> i'd like to first thank the heritage foundation for inviting me to talk about is very timely and very important national security topic. i'm very skeptical of the geneva deal but i want to first discuss the obama administration's justification for it and what appeared to be some of the underlying assumptions behind it. according to the obama demonstration this agreement is the first step to build confidence between tehran and the measure our sensitivity to be a bridge towards a more comprehensive agreement. i will say there is a certain logic to this. the obama administers and contends that the agreement may be an open to a wider deal, and i assume that they think this will give the iranian president rouhani maneuvering room to do with hard-liners in iran leadership were opposed to any compromise in the nation's nuclear program. a deal like this is based on many questionable assumptions. it assumes the iranian regime is sincere in his state desire to curtail its nuclear program which it claims is entirely peaceful. it assumes president rouhani is a genuine mode
in a sense that you see the same kind of, you know, faction when clinton was pitted against obama. formula displeased with both of them wanted to see them as adv r advasaries. it is part of our legacy, but any place is being reinvestigated as well. sorry to go on. thank you. >> could you discuss the role or lack there of among political opponents among compromise and how it relates today to political fraction. >> i think you should answer that. >> crisis and compromise is a subtitle of my book. we heard about these compromises but the word was being banded about. and you have people shouting in the senate or house of representatives i will not compromise or william lloyd saying no compromise with slave holders. and the whole issue was con tended in the same tense it is today. because you could argue someone like garrison is taking a morale position. and what about positions that are not absolute? when are you pragmatic? that is when lincoln comes in. he was willing to compromise and that is why people thought he was slow with regard to emancipation but he was working slowly so you could g
think that is what president obama and most democrats hope will be the case. so i kind of doubt it but i am waiting to see what portion of that i will be permitted to see. [applause] >> thank you for that enlightening presentation into dialogue with the audience. now on behalf of the college of public club i would like to present you with a small token of our appreciation which you can open quickly. >> one of the things people tell you -- we hope that you'll sip from this mug as you research your next book. the keypad on your coffee table. again on behalf of the club thank you to the audience members for attending this special presentation. we look forward to seeing you at future events when we see other high-level officials such as michael, and also, we are an unfunded club so we appreciate any monetary donations you can make. again, thank you for coming. [applause] we do have the new book shaping the nation of april and he will autograph copies so make sure that you get one. wendy lower talks about the role german women played in the holocaust and reports that close to 500,000 women we
it would be in the future and finally i render seeing you in chicago on the night that barack obama was elected, crying in tears. i just want to cheer you describe the wave of emotion that you felt in 2008 and i will take my answer off the air. >> guest: thank you very much for your question. i have always felt and more and more feel it more so today than it when men never got their due. women played a major role in the civil rights movement. i work with diane nash. she was our leader in the student rights movement and she became a leader nationally. she was the chair of the movement. we had the central committee of the student movement in nashville and diane was a student from chicago and she would haul us together and organized a sit in and she coordinated our efforts on the freedom ride but it was diane nash and ella baker were considered the mothers of the student nonviolent coordinating committee and she would work with doctor martin luther king jr. and planned the meeting for the student nonviolent coordinating committee was founded. she went back to north carolina and went to
is with "the hill" newspaper. gentlemen, thank you for being on "the communicators." >> guest: thank you very much. >> c-span, created by america's cable companies in 1979, brought to you as a public service by your television provider. >> president obama is in san francisco today. he'll talk about immigration policy and changing current laws. in june the senate passed legislation to pay for increased border security and create a guest worker program and a path to citizenship for undocumented immigrants. the house has yet to act on the measure. you can watch the president's remarks from san francisco live at 2:35 p.m. eastern over on c-span. [background sounds] ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ [gunfire] >> on november 25, 1963, approximately one million people lined the route of president kennedy's funeral proversion from the u.s. capitol to -- procession from the u.s. capitol to arlington national cemetery. starting tonight at 8:30 on c-span2, watch nbc's coverage of president kennedy's state funeral. >> now, a discussion about the health insurance marketplaces and findings from a report on the number of peo
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